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This week's calls include: stolen power tools, road rage vandalism and a hacked app.

Sunday, Sept. 6

• Officers arrested a 23-year-old man for driving under the influence of intoxicants after finding him passed out behind the wheel of a car at the intersection of First Avenue and Main Street.

• After being stopped for a violation in the 400 block of Southeast 10th Avenue, a 29-year-old man gave officers a counterfeit identification card. He was arrested for first-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument and unlawful possession of methamphetamine.

Monday, Sept. 7

• A silver Toyota 4Runner was stolen from its parking spot on Northeast Cherry Drive and Ray Circle.

• An unidentified suspect stole three chainsaws and a jackhammer from a barn in the 6900 block of Northeast Quatama Road.

Tuesday, Sept. 8

• Officers assisted Hillsboro Fire & Rescue firefighters in extinguishing a brush fire on Northeast Hidden Creek Drive between Northeast 47th and 53rd avenues.

• Six sets of tires were stolen from the service area of an auto dealership in the 4100 block of Southeast Tualatin Valley Highway.

Wednesday, Sept. 9

• Following an argument with a driver, a cyclist scratched the side of the driver's car by running a knife down it near the intersection of Northwest 185th Avenue and Northeast Cornell Road. After damaging the car, the cyclist rode off and was not located.

• A maroon 1992 Ford Ranger was reported stolen from the driveway of a house in the 100 block of Southeast 12th Avenue.

Thursday, Sept. 10

• An unidentified suspect threw a rock through the window of a townhouse in the 2600 block of Northeast Palazza Way.

• An unlocked car was entered overnight in the 900 block of Southeast 13th Avenue, and the unidentified suspect stole several items, including cologne and sunglasses.

Friday, Sept. 11

• Officers arrested a 55-year-old man on a warrant in the 1500 block of Southwest Oak Street.

• A woman living in the 5500 block of Northeast Hidden Creek Drive reported a money transfer app on her phone was hacked and used to make fraudulent transfers.

Saturday, Sept. 12

• A 46-year-old man changed lanes and clipped the front end of another car on Southeast Tualatin Valley Highway near Southeast Cornelius Pass Road. He drove off instead of stopping, but officers later located him and cited him for failure to perform duties of driver when property is damaged.

• Officers arrested a 46-year-old man for first-degree criminal mischief after he used a knife to cause several scratches to a parked car in the 100 block of East Main Street.

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